Thursday, November 17, 2011

Eggs over easy ...

Peace on Earth?
... fight to last man standing, and dominate


Piece-Yes, PEACE? Sorry

Learn it; plan accordingly

The New Kid -

Protecting one's turf from the new kid

Protecting One's Turf

Democrat Voter Fraud ...


Cemetary Petition

Filthy Democrats
via Doug Ross

I view vote fraud as  attempting to overthrow the government, a capital crime.

piffles and pissants

piffles and pissants


Michael Savage is pretty much spot-on in this vintage rant.  I like Savage, but he does suffer from the "looking for anti-antisemitism" disease that's every bit as annoying as the "looking for racism" virus that afflicts so many Liberals.  The video link appeared in a comment about Ann Coulter endorsing Romney.  She also dissed Newt at the same time. 

Early in the week El-jefe sent me a link to an American Spectator piece, "Is Newt Gingrich America's Churchill." No, he is not, IMO.  I loved Newt for his role in ending 40 years of Democratic terror (for a while).  But I see him as a transitional character, more Patrick Henry than George Washington, and one with serious character flaws. 

I addressed one flaw in a post 10 years ago (A strange comeuppance), about his treatment of  Christina  Jefferies*.  Newt had appointed her as House Historian, only to throw her under the bus after Democrats - filthy Democrats - called her a Jew hater. I was shocked, disappointed, and worried about his character.  During the same time, Newt, after it was discovered that a few million $imoleons were missing from the House operating fund, announced that he would let it slide, in an effort at appeasement.  I don't forget this kind of thing.  I disagree with a few  of Ann Coulter's stands, but I have never questioned her character. She wants Romney?  Fine.  Since Palin bailed, and Cain appears to have been pressed and folded,  it doesn't matter to me.  We're in the sh_t.  But that's just me. 

* I later received a kind note from Christina  Jefferies

Great Picture Archive ..

Pssst—  Wanna see some pitchers?

German Wehrmacht General Anton Dostler is tied to a stake before his execution by a firing squad in a stockade in Aversa, Italy, on December 1, 1945. The General, Commander of the 75th Army Corps, was sentenced to death by an United States Military Commission in Rome for having ordered the shooting of 15 unarmed American prisoners of war, in La Spezia, Italy, on March 26, 1944. (AP Photo)
                                                                         Only Bigger

    cuzzin ricky


The Lover

Filthy Democrats